What are Amino Acids and their functions?
Protein in food is broken down into amino acids, which are used by the body for various purposes, including building the type of protein needed to build and maintain muscle tissue.
As about twenty percent of the human body is made up of protein, amino acids make up a large proportion of our cells, muscles, and tissue.
The role of amino acids goes beyond building blocks – they are essential for the synthesis of proteins, enzymes, hormones, neurotransmitters, metabolic pathways, mental stabilization, and just about every function that takes place within the human body.
Where can I find natural sources of Amino’s?
Lean Meat. Red meat is one of the foods highest in protein, with lean cuts of beef providing about 31 grams in each 3-ounce serving. …
Poultry and Seafood. You don’t have to eat red meat to get a good protein and amino acid fix. …
Eggs and Dairy. …
Plant-Based Protein Sources.
Protein plays a crucial role in almost all biological processes and amino acids are the building blocks of it. A large proportion of our cells, muscles and tissue is made up of amino acids, meaning they carry out many important bodily functions, such as giving cells their structure.
Since most people cannot eat that much protein for a variety of reasons, such as too many calories, being a Vegan or Vegetarian, No time to cook on daily basis etc… The list goes on and on, plus its almost impossible to get high does of all Amino Acids in to support your training and wellbeing. That’s why we developed MBP from BioCorp, which has everything you need to repair muscle tissues and to give you extra strength and stamina that you need for any activity, such as hiking, working out at a gym, running, biking, cross fit and so on…
Please watch this video for a more detailed explanation.
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